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Millers

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  1. Interesting that no one has gone for Camberley this season - including Mr Krooner. Turks will almost certainly enjoy not having much pressure on him as seasons gone by. Having come so close over the last few seasons it would be silly to write them off. They've lost a few faces but have recruited well over the summer. The style of play is also extremely effective and I can't see them deviating much from something that has served them well of late even if it is with different players.
  2. Best of luck to both you and Salv, I'm sure with your passion and experience, coupled with Salvs little black book of players (the size of a standard yellow pages book) the rebuild will be a good one.
  3. Haha - will always stand clubhouse side at the far end...watch him though Duncs, one he gets talking he doesn't stop
  4. He does Duncs, came to us last year at 15 and I would have played in some games as was good enough then. Thought he had a good 2nd half as did the young left back. Thought when Argent came on he and Edd Smith clicked instantly which really swung a relatively close game in our favour.
  5. Last nights game between Hartley and Horley. Fairly decent game and Horley have vastly improved on the last few seasons. Pleased to be into the next round, pleased to have bounced back from our shock FA Cup exit and also pleased with the two 16 year olds who made their full debuts last night. Positive night all round for us. Penalty or not - obviously our bench was adamant and from my view the ball did not deviate at all.....where as perhaps the Horley camp will feel he got studs on the ball.
  6. The 'young lad' who scored the second for Cove should never be on that pitch but it always seems to be the same teams...We always seem to be short against Farnham and Windsor. Although it was a terrible scuffed finish it atones for Farnham where I should have perhaps scored one of a few half chances. Anyway... Thought it was a really good game and we were very pleased to come away with the 3 points in a tight affair. We had a number of players missing (as did Windsor judging from their line-up) and having suffered a pretty awful 3 weeks in which we have blown the chance for silverware I was v
  7. Only for training GF as it is approx 1/3 of the normal size. It is excellent though and being able to train all year has proved massively beneficial. I now only really play 5 a side on 3/4g and if I was restricted to playing on concrete, a floodlight grass patch or sand astro I probably wouldn't bother (I was always a primadona anyway). As duncs said playing and not having to worry about a bad bounce, a huge divert or puddle makes a huge difference to my personal enjoyment factor. I'm all for rolling up your sleeves and having a battle (and anyone who has seen Cove this year might agree th
  8. 100% agree Smudge. I think we would see a better standard of football as well during the winter months.
  9. Was a feisty affair at Cove on Saturday with the in-from Baggies coming over to us. We started the brighter but lacked composure in front of goal and it was Baggy who took the lead through DT - good strike through a load of bodies following a half cleared corner. A few minutes later they increased their lead following a well worked set pieces and great block on our marker. In that period they had another good chance but as expected we got on top and were banging on the door fairly hard before two moments that changed the game entirely. A Lea player produced a shocking tackle of Jeff Paris, h
  10. I do think that the regulations are ridiculous and is contrary to what most people want to see, the best team/s go up and the worst team/s go down. I understand that certain standards need to be met and then maintained and I am all for that however....having an extra x seats when a team constantly draws low attendances, turnstiles etc I believe is over the top and makes it hard for progressive clubs to move up the ladder. Its not sour grapes from me, there is still a long long way to go but I can honestly say that as a club we would have struggled IF we were in a position to go up and that is
  11. Kroons is just bitter that I prized away some of his Camberley favourites, expected better from you Krooner
  12. Thanks for sticking up for us EE. Saturday we were severely under-staffed with poor old Graham having to do 3 peoples roles after 2 people called in sick. Not easy but we got through it. Plans are afoot to bring in more help - regardless of where the 1st team finish this season. The club have been reliant on the same faces year in year out (and a fantastic job they do) but we look at some of the new blood in this league....they have an army of volunteers making the game day experience a pleasurable one for players and supporters alike and that is our immediate goal. So if there is anyone out w
  13. Fair match report that Chris. Exciting game towards the end when it opened up a little and I think both teams were worthy of a point. In my opinion we stuttered our way through the first half without producing a great amount of quality although we did have the better of the chances (although you did have good chances yourselves). I think you deservedly went ahead which spurred us on a little, it wasn't until the 70 we really got going. That said, despite the equalizer and a fair amount of pressure you could have easily nicked the win as we left ourselves quite exposed going for the 3 points.
  14. Its only £7 tomorrow to see top of the table Cove go against 100% Molesey. Great value for money I'd say. Hope to see you all at Squirrel Lane
  15. Having played for Salv this season and seeing the ambition and drive behind the club I know that the club would more than hold their own in the CCL1. The groundshare is with one of the better facilities in the Prem (playing surface and changing room) and knowing Salv and his book (or multiple books) of local players attracting a group of players to that level simply wouldn't be an issue. He is also has a core group of decent players who could comfortably make the step up.
  16. I think there has been a case of mistaken identity - Voice - I was the younger fella of the trio who was constantly at the front of the technical area. Duncs - I think you are confusing me with Brunty. I was the one bombing up and down the line with overlapping runs....Koos favourite fullback! First decision once appointed was to hang them up unless absolutely necessary and thankfully that isn't very often!
  17. Wow thats a bit of a chomp isn't it Duncs - ouch - very spiteful! No point to make - I am merely responding to the helpful advice you put on here for me some months ago
  18. Oh and while I'm on, thank god I don't go on holiday!!
  19. As the manager at Cove I refute any comments directed about my team on Friday night and I don't think anything directed towards from either team towards the officials was above the norm - certainly not enough to start a debate of this nature. I hope your comments about us being a rabid bench weren't directed at Cove as you couldn't be further from the truth and clearly were not standing closer enough. The most I personally spoke to the ref for the duration of the first half was to appeal for free-kicks which I am well within my right to do so - there was no abuse what so ever. I briefly spoke
  20. Cove v Alton is on tonight - provided there is no substantial downpour!! Can't wait!!
  21. An excellent response Kroons...nothing further to add from me your honour!
  22. and no it isn't E and E. If the player is now calm, accepts he has been an idiot and is genuine in his apology it is as good a time as any. Especially if he is accompanied by a member of staff.
  23. Assistant manager - apology was accepted
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